News releases from Health and Wellness issued in the specified time period (Page 15)

Community Park One of Recreation Facility Funding Grants in Central Region

Health and Wellness

Building a community park where children and families can be active and play is one of eight projects in the Central region announced today, July 10, by Fairview-Clayton Park MLA Patricia Arab, on behalf of Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine.

Subventions pour des installations récréatives dans la région Fundy

Health and Wellness

La mise à niveau d’un centre polyvalent à Indian Brook est l’un des huit projets pour lesquels le gouvernement a octroyé des subventions totalisant 264 263 $ dans la région Fundy afin d’aider les Néo-Écossais à adopter des modes de vie sains et actifs.

Recreation Facility Funding for Fundy

Health and Wellness

Upgrading a multipurpose centre in Indian Brook is one of eight projects in the Fundy region receiving grants totaling $264,564 to help Nova Scotians lead healthy, active lifestyles.

Financement d’installations récréatives dans les régions acadiennes

Health and Wellness

L’aménagement de nouveaux sentiers dans le comté de Yarmouth est un des nombreux projets dans les régions acadiennes à bénéficier du financement d’installations récréatives destiné à aider les Néo-Écossais à mener une vie saine et active.

Recreation Facility Funding for Acadian Areas

Health and Wellness

Building new trails in Yarmouth County is one of several projects in Acadian areas to receive recreation facility funding to help Nova Scotians lead healthy, active lifestyles.

Recreation Facility Funding for Valley

Health and Wellness

More work to build a skills park and trails for mountain biking is one of four projects in the Valley announced today, July 7, by Kings South MLA Keith Irving, on behalf of Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine.

Recreation Facility Funding for Valley

Health and Wellness

Building a splash pad where children and families can play and cool off on hot days is one of nine projects in the Valley announced today, July 7, by Health and Wellness Minister Leo Galvine.

Recreation Facility Funding for South Shore

Health and Wellness

Upgrading a skateboard park in Lunenburg is one of eight projects on the South Shore announced today, July 7, by Lunenburg MLA Suzanne Lohnes-Croft, on behalf of Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine.

Minister Names Advisory Panel

Health and Wellness

Nine people from across the province have been named to the Minister's Advisory Panel on District Health Authority Consolidation.

Blue Green Algae Bloom in Lake Torment

Health and Wellness / Environment

Residents and visitors in the East Dalhousie, Kings Co., area are advised not to swim in, or drink water from, Lake Torment because of a possible blue-green algae bloom.

Début de la surveillance sur les plages en Nouvelle-Écosse

Health and Wellness

Les personnes qui fréquentent les plages pourront s’amuser et se rafraîchir dans l’eau sous l’œil attentif des sauveteurs tous les jours de 10 h à 18 h à compter du samedi 28 juin.

Lifeguard Service Starts on Nova Scotia Beaches

Health and Wellness

Beach goers can cool off and enjoy the water under the watchful eye of lifeguards from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily starting Saturday, June 28.

Kids' Run Club Celebrates 10th Anniversary, op-ed

Health and Wellness

Nova Scotia is home to an aging and sicker-than-average population. While we are all inundated with messages about the importance of healthy eating and physical activity, there has been little change in the health outcomes of our communities.

Nova Scotia Recognized for Innovation, Leadership in Improving Patient Care

Internal Services / Health and Wellness

Nova Scotia's health-care system is being recognized nationally for its innovative use of technology in patient care.

Seniors Should be Cautious with Personal Alert System Vendors

Health and Wellness / Service Nova Scotia

Government is asking seniors to exercise caution if approached at home by private companies selling personal alert systems.

Le temps chaud peut entraîner une prolifération d'algues

Environment / Health and Wellness

Les températures plus chaudes signifient que les Néo-Écossais doivent surveiller la prolifération d'algues bleues dans les lacs et les rivières.

Warm Temperatures May Cause Algae Blooms

Health and Wellness / Environment

Warmer weather means Nova Scotians should watch for blue-green algae blooms in lakes and rivers.

Province Thanks Health Board Members for Service, Announces Administrator

Health and Wellness

Nova Scotia is continuing the transition to one provincial health authority, appointing an administrator to lead the province's nine district health authorities, beginning July 1.

Report on Health System Tour Released

Health and Wellness

Government will continue focusing on quality care and patient safety, and accessibility to services so Nova Scotians can get the care they need, when they need it.

Provincial Health System Transition Team Continues Work

Health and Wellness

Senior leaders within Nova Scotia's health-care system are coming together to continue designing a new health authority for the province.